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In no particular order:

1. Mark Price
2. Chris Mullin
3. Peja Stojacovic
4. Glen Rice
5. Ray Allen
6. Allen Houston
7. Regie Miller
8. Steve Nash
9. Ricky Pierce
10. Steve Kerr

Who is the best?
 

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going by your lazy theory, just select the one with the highest FG% because the era doesnt matter at all, right?
 

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Larry Bird anyone?
 

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Steve Nash is a great shooter, one of the best in the league. He certainly belongs on that list... he's just so much more than a pure shooter, that he doesn't get the credit for it. But you can't leave him open with the ball anywhere on the floor.
 

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Originally posted by <b>KTLuvsMikeBibby</b>!
Larry Bird anyone?

Exaclty. How can he not be in the top five?
 

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Larry Bird, of course, belongs on the list. Steve Nash, while an excellent player, doesn't. I'd put his teammate Dirk Nowitzki on the list ahead of him.
 

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Greg Ostertag.
 

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Homely-looking white guy from a town called French Lick, I believe he goes by the name of Bird, probably has an argument to being on the list.
 

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I always thought Chris Mullin had a perfect stroke. Bird has to be mentioned though.
 

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i think Larry was better in the clutch...but Peja is the best pure shooter i have ever seen.
 

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Besides the obvious in Larry Bird... What about Jeff Hornacek or Dell Curry? I don't think Nash or Ricky Pierce should be on there.
 

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Andrew Toney

Andrew Toney

Andrew Toney

Andrew Toney

and Chris Mullin and Drazen Petrovic

In case you don't know ( I'm sure you don't ) who Andrew Toney was, he was the shooting guard for the Sixers when they won the championship in the early 80s. Averaged 20 ppg on 53% shooting. Unfortunately got injured and his career was over after 4-5 years.
 

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Originally posted by <b>KokoTheMonkey</b>!
Nash ahead of Steve Kerr? Yeah right.
just so you know, he stated that his list was in no particular order :p
 

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Originally posted by <b>Big John</b>!
None of the above.

1. Bernard King

2. Peja
no doubt. I was wondering if these so called bball experts were gonna holla bernard king. You're the first to do so.

Eddie Johnson was sick wit it too.
 
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